Greece’s Anna Korakaki won the women’s 10 metres air pistol event at the ISSF World Cup in Fort Benning ©ISSF

Greece's Anna Korakaki claimed her second medal of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Fort Benning after winning the women's 10 metres air pistol event today.

The 22-year-old, who won the bronze medal in the women's 25m pistol event on Thursday (May 10), triumphed with a total of 243.7 points at the United States army base on the Alabama-Georgia border.

Despite struggling slightly in the opening series of the match, Korakaki, the bronze medallist in the event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, fired with more consistency when it mattered most.

She took the lead after the fourth series and maintained the top position until the very end, distancing herself from Serbia's Zorana Arunović.

Arunović could not keep up with Korakaki's pace and finished 3.6 points behind her in the silver medal position.

Like her Greek rival, Arunović won her second medal in Fort Benning having claimed silver in the women's 25m pistol event.

Appearing in the third final match of her career, Thailand's Pim-On Klaisuban finally grabbed her first international medal, finishing third with 219.1 points.

In her previous final appearances, Klaisuban had placed fifth in South Korean city Changwon in 2015 and fourth in Thailand's capital Bangkok in 2016.

Croatia's Snježana Pejčić won the women's 50m rifle three positions event ©ISSF
Croatia's Snježana Pejčić won the women's 50m rifle three positions event ©ISSF

In the women’s 50m rifle three positions event, Croatia’s Snježana Pejčić produced a dominant performance to secure the gold medal.

Finishing 5.0 points ahead of her closest rival, the 35-year-old secured the sixth World Cup title of her career in the three positions event with a total of 460.0.

She took the lead at the end of the prone position and sailed away with two fantastic standing five-shot series, where she scored 50.1 and 50.7 points.

As Pejčić’s advantage increased up to 7.2 points after two more shots, she relaxed a little bit, missing the 10th ring with her final three shots.

It did not matter, however, as she eased to victory.

China's Jiang Ting, a first-time final participant, won the silver medal with 455.0 points.

Compatriot Wang Zeru, the gold medalist in this event at last month's ISSF World Cup in Changwon, took bronze with 440.4 points.

Lin Junmin led a Chinese one-two finish in the men's 25m rapid fire pistol competition ©ISSF
Lin Junmin led a Chinese one-two finish in the men's 25m rapid fire pistol competition ©ISSF

Today's action closed with Lin Junmin leading a Chinese one-two finish ahead of Yao Zhaonan in the men's 25m rapid fire pistol event.

After they both registered perfect five-hit series in the second-to-last round, Lin and Yao were standing tied at the top of the table with 26 hits and one last series to fire.

There, Lin prevailed over his team-mate thanks to a four-hit series, finishing with 30 hits and adding the World Cup gold to the silver he won last year in New Delhi in India.  

Yao, instead, signed off with a two-hit series, concluding his match with 28 hits and pocketing silver in the second World Cup start of his career.

France's Jean Quiquampoix completed the podium with 22 hits, taking his personal tally in the ISSF World Cup series to six medals - two golds, two silvers and two bronzes - in 14 total starts.

The third stage of the ISSF World Cup is due to conclude tomorrow with finals being held in the 10m air pistol mixed team and 10m air rifle mixed team events.